The long Thanksgiving weekend was another winning one for the books, and we were cheering the results in the Tuley’s Takes home office.
Now someone on Twitter will say it sounds like I take joy in saying the house won and that I’m against bettors. I take offense to that because I’ve always tried to be an advocate for bettors, pushing for legalization, promoting any and all contests as opportunities for the gambling public and wanting fair odds for bettors. However, since I’m a self-proclaimed dog-or-pass bettor myself and a contrarian, I usually find myself on the side the house needs, so, yes, I’m usually happy when the books win and the majority of bettors lose — just not those who follow along. My goal here is to help bettors find live underdogs to bet — or at least to get you to pass on some overvalued favorites and make everyone sharper, more selective overall bettors.